7. William Brooke O’Shaughnessy
One scientific OG started mixing his science with pot early. In the 19th century, William Brooke O’Shaughnessy performed the analysis of the blood and feces of cholera victims.
His work led to intravenous replacement therapy. Then after a long period of research, O’Shaughnessy brought back cannabis from India.
His marijuana trafficking introduced pot as a medicine to Europe and therefore to the western world.
Final Hit: 7 Scientists Who Smoked Weed
So not everyone who smokes can make the next scientific breakthrough. Nevertheless, learning about science can be just as fun as it is fascinating. Especially when Mary Jane is involved!
For scientists who smoke weed, it may only take little bud to activate their full genius. And now that legalization is becoming more widespread, it’s only a matter of time before more prominent figures in the scientific community openly talk about their own cannabis consumption.
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